Sunday, January 28, 2007
Wikipedia For Idiots, Or:
Duuuuuuuuh Uhhhhh, Really?!
24: The Movie
Main article: 24: The Movie
Kiefer Sutherland has confirmed that 24: The Movie is in the pipeline, and the show's creators have already started working on the script. It should be noted that the film would be a two-hour representation of a 24-hour day, not an actual 24-hour-long film as this would be financially straining on production and impossible to show in theaters.
If you believe that a "24" theatrical film would last an actual 24 hours long, please do everyone a favor and jump in front of a speeding semi-truck. Thank you.
"It should be noted that the film would be a two-hour representation of a 24-hour day, not an actual 24-hour-long film as this would be financially straining on production and impossible to show in theaters."
One would have to be...um, rather dense, to think a movie of "24" could last 24 hours, let alone the production costs of making a film that length.
I realize some sites have to write for the lowest common denominator, but the above is really, really pushing the limit, don't you think?
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